what is market capitalisation and tell me the formula for
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Answer / deepak sharma
market capitalisation is a measurement of the size of a
business enterprise (corporation) equal to the share price
times the number of shares outstanding of a public company.
In this mean The Total market value of all company
outstanding share. its calculated by multiply a company
outstanding shares by the market value of company one share.
Market capitalisation is divided into six catagories.
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Answer / jayasree84
total value of share outstanding or tarding in a stock
market is called as market capitalisation
company share value * current price of that share in the
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Answer / antra
it is the market value of a company's outstanding shares.
It is calculated by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the current market price of one share.
For example, if Cory's Tequila Corporation (CTC) was trading at $20 per share and had a million shares outstanding, then the market capitalization would be $20 million ($20 x 1 million shares)
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Answer / ganeswara reddy
Market capitallization means total market value of the
issued shares of the company/companies.
MC= Total Issued Shares*Market value of the share.
A Company issued 10,000 shares. and the each share value in
the market(NSE/BSE) is Rs.100/-.
MC = 10,000 shares X 100= Rs.10,00,000/-
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